Skoplje


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Skop·je

 (skôp′yā′, -yĕ) also Skop·lje (-lā′, -lyĕ)
The capital of Macedonia, in the northern part of the country on the Vardar River. Dating from Roman times, it was under Turkish control from 1392 until 1912. The city was incorporated into Yugoslavia after World War I and in 1946 became the capital of the constituent republic of Macedonia, which declared its independence in 1991.
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Noun1.Skoplje - capital of modern MacedoniaSkoplje - capital of modern Macedonia    
Macedonia - landlocked republic on the Balkan Peninsula; achieved independence from Yugoslavia in 1991
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Sinisa Jakov, Marusic "Projekat Skoplje 2014 napreduje uprkos krizi", Balkan Insight, 12 de junio de 2012, disponible en http://www.
With the ROSA index method, by adding two new cities to the existing number of cities, the rank of cities had also changed (for example Skoplje was in the first case safer than Beograd, and in the second case Skoplje and Beograd had the same ROSA index.
7) The river Vardar flows through city ot Skoplje, the capital of the medieval Serbian empire under Tsar Dusan (1346-55).